Watch Bradley Cooper Beat Up Zach Galifianakis & His Ferns (VIDEOS)

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Between Two FernsLove him or hate him, Zach Galifianakis has come out with an entertaining and really weird pre-Oscar video featuring some extremely famous guests. He's got an Internet talk show, called "Between Two Ferns" on Funny or Die, and part 2 of his Oscars series just came out to much jubilation.

On his show, he gets to interview an "average-looking redhead in a weird dress", aka Jessica Chastain, Sally Field, who admits she really hates pennies, "Daniel Day-Lewis," and the very lovely Bradley Cooper.

From Zach asking if Zero Dark Thirty is about Chris Brown to wondering if Sally Field is Jewish since she hates pennies (Lincoln's on the penny, after all), this is five minutes of your life you'll be very happy you spent watching this video.

Warning, the language is definitely NSFW. Hope you have your headphones handy:

All I can say is: Thank god for Bradley Cooper. He might be the perfect man. Love that he was able to spoof his own angry character in Silver Linings Playbook (or is it Cookbook?) and essentially beat the shit out of Zach and his ferns. Because Zach's ferns are pretty stupid. I mean, Zach did make him read this speech: "Thank you, I've just called Daniel Day-Lewis to congratulate him on his victory ... It just sucks, I'm a loser." Still, Bradley even looks hot in all his angst. Come on, we all pretty much know Daniel Day-Lewis is going to win the Oscar for Best Actor, so it's actually kind of amazing to see Bradley be able to joke around about it.

The actors on Zach's show are all great sports, and it's so hilariously awkward, there might not be all that much "acting" involved in this video. Seems like everyone just wants to beat the crap out of him.

Of course, now you're going to want to see part 1:

Did you find this video funny at all? Think Bradley Cooper has a shot at the Oscar?

 

Image via FunnyorDie.com

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